October 2009 San Francisco

Presentations from the PASIG meetings in San Francisco, California, October 2009

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Introduction to the PASIG Art Pasquinelli, Education Market Strategist, Sun Microsystems
Introduction to the Agenda Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Resources, Stanfor University
DuraSpace: Open Technologies for Durable Digital Content Sandy Payette, CEO, DuraSpace
Islandora: Repository in a Box Mark Leggott, University Librarian, University of Prince Edward Island
Biodiversity Heritage Library Architecture with Fedora and DuraCloud Adrian Smales, Head of IT, UK Natural History Museum
VTLS Update on VITAL Institutional Repository  Vinod Chachra, President and CEO, VTLS Inc.
Ten Years of Digital Preservation with EPrints David Tarrant, Research Fellow and Developer, U. Southampton
iRods: Policy Based Use of Cloud Storage Reagan Moore, Director, DICE Center, U. North Carolina
Trends Update  Lee Dirks, Director, Education and Scholarly Communication, Microsoft Research
Storage Technology and Standards Trends Raymond Clarke, Enterprise Storage Specialist, Mark Carlson, Senior Architect, Sun Microsystems
Sun Storage Technology Raymond Clarke, Enterprise Storage Specialist, Sun Microsystems
Solution Reference Architectures Keith Rajecki, Education Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems
HPC Infrastructure Architectures Philippe Trautmann, Global HPC Business Development Manager, Sun Microsystems
Internet Archive Technical Overview Kris Carpenter, Director, Web Group, The Internet Archive
Oxford U. Update  Neil Jefferies, R&D Project Manager, SERS, Oxford U.
French Public Information Library (BPI) Federated Search Implementation Terry Reese, Gray Family Chair for Innovative Library Services, Oregon State U.
Roger Essoh, Business Development Manager and Head of Innovation, ATOS Origin
Stanford Digital Repository Tom Cramer, Stanford, Associate Director, Digital Library Systems & Services, Stanford U.
The French National Library (BNF) SPAR Architecture Developments  Thomas Ledoux, Engineer, BNF
From Ingest to Access: A Day in the Life of a HathiTrust Digital Object Jeremy York, Project Librarian, U. Michigan
SHAMAN - Sustaining Heritage Access through Multivalent Archiving
Part I --- Part II
Ruben Riestra, SHAMAN Coordinator, 
Matthias Hemmje, Prof. Dr.-Ing.
PLANETS Update Adam Farquhar, Head of Digital Library Technology, eStrategy, & Information Systems, The British Library
Summary Michael Keller, Stanford
Immersive Technologies: Project Wonderland Overview Kevin Roebuck, Sun Microsystems


Thursday, October 8, 2009

Towards Physical and Digital Archive and Preservation at the U. of the Witwatersrand  Derek Keats, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Knowledge and Information Mgt., U. of the Witwatersrand
National Library of New Zealand; Obsolescence, Risk Management, and Preservation Planning Kevin De Vorsey, Preservation Analyst
Family Search, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Gary Wright, Family Search
USC Shoah Foundation Architecture Sam Gustman, CTO, USC Shoah Foundation
Digital Submission System - Experiences from the Library of Congress Carl Watts, Program Manager, PC Mall
Next Generation Storage at Penn State (presentation), and 
Archival Storage Prototype Project - Final Report
Mark Saussure, Director, Digital Library Infrastructure
Ben Grissinger, Storage Services Lead, Digital Library Technologies
Permanent Objects, Evolving Services, and Disposable Systems: An Emergent Approach to Digital Curation Infrastructure John Kunze, Preservation Technologist, California Digital Library
Improving Inter-Institutional Preservation Tyler Walters, Associate Director, Technology & Resource Services, Georgia Institute of Technology
David Minor, Head of Curation Services, UCSD/SDSC
Columbia U. Digital Library Architecture Robert Cartolano, Director, Library IT Office, Columbia U.
Southampton and Oxford Preservation Network Collaboration David Tarrant, Research Fellow and Developer, Southampton U.
Neil Jefferies, R&D Project Manager, SERS
Ben O'Steen, Oxford U.
PASIG Repository Working Group Collaboration Directions
Tom Cramer, Associate Director, Digital Library Systems & Services, Stanford U.
Neil Jefferies, R&D Project Manager, SERS, Oxford U.
New Software for the Florida Digital Archive: DAITSS 2.0 Architectural Overview Priscilla Caplan, Assistant Director for Digital Library Services, Florida Center for Library Automation
Fez Repository Community Update Keith Webster, University Librarian and Director of Learning Services, U. Queensland
Australian National Data Service (ANDS) Update Robin Stanton, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Australian National U.
Data-Intensive Environmental Research: Re-envisioning Science, Cyberinfrastructure, and Institutions Patricia Cruse, Director Digital Preservation Program
John Kunze, Preservation Technologies Architect, California Digital Library
Johns Hopkins U. eScience Directions Sayeed Choudhury, Associate Dean of University Libraries, Johns Hopkins U.
Public and Permanent Scientific Data Professor Michael Lesk, Professor, Rutgers U.